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general gates arrived to be the actual commander of the army, washington of course commander in chief. but gates being the general in charge at the encampment. the men in the encampment, of course, bored, not much to do, about 7,000 soldiers. there, they began to bill their huts at a place called new windsor, the new windsor encampment. they built about 700 wooden huts, neatly laid out for the winter encampment. and there they took up their quarters. what do you do with an army in this kind of situation? you drill and drill and then you drill some more, you build more huts, you build roads, you have to keep them busy, but it wasn't working very well. so chaplain evans decided let us build a temple of virtue. in the middle of the ep campment the soldiers went to work to build a temple of virtue, a gathering place where the men might come on sunday for religious services and where during the week the administrative operation of the army took place. but clearly, all of this make busy work was not doing much for morale, and washington remained deeply concerned about the murmerrin
and history professor david hacket fisher discusses the tactics and strategies that george washington used to confront challenges. he spoke at a university of oklahoma symposium on the founding of america. this is 50 minutes. >>> good morning. how are the acoustiacoustics? loud and clear? i have two miks on me. i'm here to tell you a story you heard before. we're going to talk about george washington. and in light of the frame that everybody else has been bringing to this occasion, that is the troubles of our time, i wanted to talk about washington and some of the troubles of his time and how he dealt with it. and i want to do it by story telling. the great attraction for me to history are these wonderful stories. i think of arthur snobl who sat down to play beethoven and he stopped and turned to the audience and said, this music is better than it can ever be played. i think that's the way it is with these stories. they are better than they can ever be told. i want to do that also with regard to a picture that you've seen before. this is washington crossing the delaware. and next time you'
englanders in particular, who thought that gates might make a better commander than general washington. and there were rumors, maybe not a plot, that's a little much, but certainly there were plans being made to replace gates, take him into washington's position. and washington knew this, of later general gates was given command of the army in the south. and there in the south general gates fought the battle of camden, one of the worst defeats the american army ever suffered. what made it even worse was when the smoke cleared from the battlefield at camden, general gates was not there. he had retreated about 50 miles to reorganize. he was replaced. general green took general gates's place in the south. gates was in disgrace. washington disliked him intensely. but gates was a powerful politician. and he managed to get reinstated as the commander of the army at newburgh without washington's consent. the congress simply appointed him and sent him to newburgh telling general washington, you may use him as you please. so general gates arrived to be the actual commander of the army. washingt
army got drunk. and washington had great difficulty getting his troops back again over the delaware river, more so than he did getting them across the first time. and he also was carrying back with him 900 hegs crystals. and the question was what to do about them. the prisoners expected the worst. and to many people remembered what those hegss had done after fort washington, after other engagements around long island and washington could have gone with the lex tell yoen. he it could have been an eye for an eye. but what he did with members of the continental congress was to declare a policy of humanity. that the hegs captives would be entitled to some of their rights that the american revolution was all about. they would be entitled to the right to life. that was very different from the law of 18th century warfare. they were treated decently to their surprise. and this news spread rapidly around the world. we had a man now in paris as the news reached europe, and it was benjamin franklin and he published essays on all of this and the idea of humanity began to spread. it wasn't unive
up, a program on african-american work and life in washington, d.c., especially in the area around the white house known as president's park. we'll hear from lonnie bunch, director of the new national museum of african-american history and culture. and from george mason, history professor spencer crew, who explores the lives of free blacks in the 18th and 19th centuries. katherine malone-france for the national trust for historic preservation ends this discussion with the slave quarters across the street from the white house. decatur house. the event took place at st. john's church on the edge of president's park. [ applause ] >> thank you so much, neal, for that kind introduction. i can always tell when my staff works on an introduction for me because they tell you everything about me except the fact that i was president of my third-grade class. two years in a row. [ laughter ] there's hope for everybody. i can't tell you how pleased i am to be here today, to be part of what is a very important conversation that will illuminate african-american life and work in this neighborhood,
the embarcadero north of washington street, assuming this would be economically possible, it would run the risk of appearing dwarfed by nearby high rises. be on the appropriate skill of development, it is commendable that the sponsors include a recreation and health facility to maintain this neighborhood amenity and planned a public park west of pacific avenue to enhance the neighborhood. for years, the site has been used in part as a surface parking lot and as a private recreation facility whose members, understandably, are displeased with change. while the concerns of the immediate neighbors always require attention, deciding the best use of this site is the city wide significance, if not even a broader matter. [bell rings] this is a critical waterfront location manned to help define the city's appearance to citizens and visitors. the project presents an opportunity to restore san francisco's historic pattern of buildings meeting the waterfront. at this stage of the cities live, contending with the surface parking lot and private tennis courts protected by cyclone fencing as the face of the c
and how super tuesday will change it again tonight on "washington week." momentum. one guy's got it -- >> we didn't win by a lot, but we won by enough and that's all that counts. gwen: the other guys want it back. >> we have a lot of wind at our back heading here to tennessee and we're going to be taking it all across the super tuesday states. >> i have to win georgia, i think, to be credible in the race. >> they're sound asleep in washington. we have to be noisy, so they hear us. gwen: and they all want this man's job. >> i place my bet on the american worker, and i'll make that bet any day of the week. gwen: for republicans, super tuesday may tell the tale as candidates skip out west, through the south, hunting for votes and delegates. covering the week, charles babington of "the associated press," gloria borger of cnn and john dickerson of "slate" magazine and cbs news. >> award-winning reporting and analysis, covering history as it happens, live from our nation's capital, this is "washington week" with gwen ifill, produced in association with "national journal." corporate fun
to commonly agree that a well-design structure add 8 washington strengthens the cityscape facing the embarcadero. as with all great cities, -- >> thank you. thank you very much. >> let me just finish. >> your three minutes is up. >> ok, thank you. >> paul, justin, lydia, eric. >> whoever is ready -- >> hi, my name is nina, 23 years old, a resident of the city. i just graduated from university a year ago. i studied geography and had courses in urban planning. i support the 8 washington project, mainly because i think that, although the tennis club sounds like it was a great place, a city in a prime neighbor midget care for the needs of everybody, not just the people like to play tennis -- i believe the city should care for everybody. we need to reach out to people including interesting sports facilities and we should have restaurants to make use of the space. having this mixed private-public land with a great park for everybody to use is a perfect example of smart planning that does that. and, yes, i mean, it is not poor low-income housing, but realistically that is not the best u
george washington's struggles as he dealt with congress. this 50-minute event was hosted by the social law library in boston. >> thank you, bob. very kind flattering remarks. a few moments ago bob asked what i would like him to say about me when he introduced me and i simply told him that he ought not to hesitate to exaggerate. but thank you. but at the same time i must also caution you that, you know, sometimes we're raised up to be let low? this is the season of course and student teacher evaluations and i was just reading mine this morning. it was pretty good. good, good, good. and then i came to one. the student decided to make a comment. the student described the comment. he said if i only had two hours left on earth, i'd want to spend them in professor fowler's class. and then i turned the page. and he continued. he said because professor fowler's class goes on for eternity. one must always be cautious. on the morning of january 6, 1783, the doors of the continental congress in philadelphia opened to admit three senior officers of the continental army then encamped. the officers
a george washington. then in about 45 minutes we take you behind the scenes to the university of arkansas barack special collections division where we will explore the history of the state to the collection of arkansas newspaper publisher. >> this is of very key photograph. collected photographs. particularly interested in the 19th century civil war. these are to friends, union and confederate who rudely rejected parts of the war, fought against each other, survived the war, came out alive, and remained friends after the war. here they are age 100 sitting on that porch talk about the old days. >> to round out our block a look at one of the worst natural disasters in u.s. history. >> the river was everywhere, forcing many to damp its own levees. >> talks about his book, the thousand year flood, the ohio mississippi disaster of 1837. >> it's fortunate in a way that the flood happened during the depression because there was already source of labor available. he doesn't want red tape, bureaucracy, as i care about regulation. if at&t needs help the will send in the wpa, the ccc. so there were
for the small space. if this is a necessity, consider the aesthetic height of said from washington, three buildings crammed into a small area. the surrounding urban plan includes an open space, uses a variety of spaces in relationship to people. this creates a wall between the current neighborhood and the waterfront. it does not consider the impact on the neighborhood and its poor urban planning. thank you. >> hello, i am christine. i have been living and working in san francisco for five years. so here to support the 8 washington project your i am speaking on behalf of daniel solomon today, who was not able to stay for the remainder of the hearing. he is a professor of marriage is in architecture at berkeley and principal at daniel solomon design partners. i have been the architect for a number of the city's affordable housing projects including one build and one proposed, immediate neighbors to 8 washington. i believe 8 washington wash -- the city and in this neighborhood in particular needs to be home to affluent people, poor people, old, young, families, singles. the broader the mix,
. this provides a wonderful opportunity to update land uses. we strongly support 8 washington and recommend the commission approve it. we ask that 8 washington you consider 8 will provide. -- we ask that you consider what 8 washington will provide. i received virtually zero benefits from the site. it has an out of date jim. it cost $200 per month. this is not the ymca. this is a private club that i cannot afford. there are two parking lots and the infamous blocking of our view and prevents it public access to the waterfront. contrast that to what 8 washington provides. i think the 99% will benefit from this project. we will take down that horrible greenwald, which is necessary, by the way, for it tennis players to play in the background. it will provide new housing in the number of other benefits that you of offered. >> i think it fits perfectly in character of the neighborhood. i realize it is concerning to many of you, but this project site would be distinguished from any future development down the waterfront because of some of the proximity. the slippery slope argument is not a strong a
osterberg, and i want to state i am strongly opposed to the 8 washington project for many reasons. in my attempt at brevity, i am quoting from the march 7 editorial of the "bay gaurdian." here are the five main reasons this project should not be approved -- 1, it fills no housing needs. 2, a reward for bad actors. 3, an environmental disaster. 4, it will wipe out what is mostly a middle-class recreation facility. 5, the city does not get much out of the deal. it is not a cop out for me to use this. i use it because i agree with everything they say. and if you would want to see how they substantiate each of these reasons, it is in the march 7 issue. i am a longtime san franciscan, and i urge you not to certify the eir for this extremely detrimental project. >> thank you. >> my name is john, a 20-year resident of telegraph hill, a member of the golden gate way tennis and swim club for level -- a little over 10 years. i am in support of the 8 washington project. i think it is a tremendous and much-needed improvement to the club. facilities will greatly benefit from both the enhanced fitness
region. this i"washington business repoport" with abc7 national correspondenent rebecca cooper. >> of things for joining us for a look at busins and finance here in the washington regn. we are going to diuss the push to promotete u.s. manufacturing by the administration. josh boak will be joining us for our round table segment from politico. first, we are focusing on the intersection of lobbying and the process of law. we turn to the man picked as one of the 50 most powerful peoplee in washington. totommy boboggs. he is on the list of the t top 100 lawyers and d his firm patton boggs is a among the top-10. you were called washingngton's premier agent of influence. you were not just in the top 50. your number15. you were ahead of senator schumer and grover norquist. what makes you so powerful i washington? >> i wish you said was not the head of chuck schumumer. that wld be a prlem. washington need people to transition from the private sect to the public s sector.r. i think our firm es that better than anyone in washington. anne who has been around as long a as we have knows how
first place in the washington state caucuses. the initial west coast contest of this season. we have fox team coverage. carl cameron is in cincinnati, ohio, ahead of super tuesday. we begin with correspondent dan springer who is live in seattle. good evening, dan. >> yeah. good evening, brett. with 62% of the vote here in washington state counted in the straw poll today, mitt romney has a lead with 37% of the vote. a short time ago, he issued a victory statement that reads in part, i'm heartened to have won the washington caucuses and i thank the voters for their support. every day that passes with barak obama in the white house is a day in which america's recovery from the economic crisis is delayed. here is how the other three candidates faired so far. ron paul at 24%. with rick santorum also at 24%. and newt gingrich at 11%. it was a day with a strong gop turnout here. it was a record turnout for the washington state republican caucus with lines so long at some precinct, not everyone who showed up made it inside to vote before it was over. part of the strong showing is due to timing.
to his presidential campaign, taking first place in the washington state caucuses. the initial west coast contest of this season. we have fox team coverage. carl cameron is in cincinnati, ohio, ahead of super tuesday. we begin with correspondent dan springer who is live in seattle. good evening, dan. >> yeah. good evening, brett. with 62% of the vote here in washington state counted in the straw poll today, mitt romney has a lead with 37% of the vote. a short time ago, he issued a victory statement that reads in part, i'm heartened to have won the washington caucuses and i thank the voters for their support. every day that passes with barak obama in the white house is a day in which america's recovery from the economic crisis is delayed. here is how the other three candidates faired so far. ron paul at 24%. with rick santorum also at 24%. and newt gingrich at 11%. it was a day with a strong gop turnout here. it was a record turnout for the washington state republican caucuses with lines so long at some precinct, not everyone who showed up made it inside to vote before it was over. part of
10 years. i am in support of the 8 washington project. i think it is a tremendous and much-needed improvement to the club. facilities will greatly benefit from both the enhanced fitness and some facilities, but also from the public space and a connection back to the city. more importantly, i think this is a critical project for the city. since the loma prieta earthquake, the city has struggled to reclaim its waterfront. i think san francisco it deserves and is one of the world-class waterfronts, and the presence of parking lots and tennis courts surrounded by a chain-link fence and feels to me like a terribly inappropriate use for this great waterfront. and that the introduction of housing, the introduction of ground-floor retail, and other uses that will help activate the street, open spaces that connect back to the neighborhood, to meet bring what is most appropriate to activating this waterfront, and to continuing some of the development that started to occur and has been such a struggle to maintain a sense the embarcadero if -- since the embarcadero freeway came down. i
were designated, including five of the eight washington plan. these include public open space, residential housing, parking, retail jobs generators, and recreational enterprises. the waterfront design and access plan, also approved in 1997, is concerned with the issue of reuniting the city with its waterfront. the original committee may not have dreamt that jackson and pacific streets could reach the waterfront, since they were blocked by an impenetrable wall. the current plan removes the wall and makes it possible for residents and workers from the nearby neighborhoods to access the waterfront. this may be the most important long-term feature of the plan. i will list the public benefits according to my personal priorities -- pedestrian opening of jackson and pacific to the waterfront once again. 33 units of affordable housing during a time of diminished resources. funds for the port to repair historical buildings and rotting piers. in a public park for children. parking for the public since they will soon remove the parking raj at howard street. substantial an ongoing revenue
. contrast that to what 8 washington provides. i think the 99% will benefit from this project. we will take down that horrible greenwald, which is necessary, by the way, for it tennis players to play in the background. it will provide new housing in the number of other benefits that you of offered. >> i think it fits perfectly in character of the neighborhood. i realize it is concerning to many of you, but this project site would be distinguished from any future development down the waterfront because of some of the proximity. the slippery slope argument is not a strong argument. in addition, the fact that these are market raise -- market rate houses, that will be more tax revenue. in the final analysis, the status quo only serves a small elite trying to preserve their million-dollar view. given our deteriorating infrastructure, i believe this is an opportunity we should not pass up. just as an aside, as a newly- married person planning on having a family, the reason i would leave is because of lack of planning for our school and lack of housing. new housing at any level is important. it re
as shown in orange. the purple section is the site of 8 washington from broadway to washington street. this crossesthis is currently 8n height. shown here in yellow, the entire embarcadero street front from washington to broadway will be reduced from the current 84 feet. from this point, i too will step back and away from waterfront and away from neighborhood of to address the city. this can be seen in detail. this outline shows the waterfront. you can see the insertion and how it steps down the neighborhood from the city and perhaps even more graphically here, for stepping down from the city alcoa building down to our smaller 8 washington shown in yellow and makes the transition from the city to the waterfront. but perhaps it would be best shown in three dimensions. it is a three-dimensional plan as well as the process. the current on global as 84 feet across the entire length and width of all three blocks. it also allows up to 600 dwelling units. our first design began with piercing this envelope through jackson and pacific to create a cree legend between neighborhoods and the embar
>> the final stop before super tuesday, voters in washington state choosing a republican presidential candidate. plus more intense storms on the move at this hour after a string of deadly twisters devastate parts of the midwest and south. i am harris falkner. this is "the fox report." (sirens) >> tornado outbreaks taking lives and lively hoods in an instant. an unrecognizable landscape in a place many americans call home. amid the death and destruction incredible stories of survival. we report live from some of the worst hit areas. temporarily pulling the plug on an eco friendly car touted by the obama administration. halting the option of the battery operated chevy volt. how it will effect jobs at the manufacturing giant. also out of control and out of time, you just have to see what happens next. >> fox news is america's election headquarters. voters in washington state making their pick for the republican presidential candidates. people meeting in churches, schools, town halls and homes. those caucuses ending a short time ago. they are now counting the votes. prelimina
. but thank you for your time. to hear about the many benefits of the 8 washington project in some of the reasons why green slate supports the project. i would like to commend pacific waterfront partners and the others for their visionary inclusion of impact full of green roof in this design. green river companies are a source of new, well-paying jobs. expanding green infrastructure, instead of insufficient, expensive gray infrastructure strategies for dealing with storm water and sewage management. greenrooms provide local air quality and water quality benefits and help address climate change. to address climate change in particular, the really smart scientists at columbia university has -- have come to the conclusion that green roofs are the best single mitigation strategy for combating the effects of climate change in the years moving forward. i would like you to do about that, too. also, looking a little bit closer at the storm water management issues. compared to the existing uses on side, it is short -- paved surfaces absorbed neither co2 or particulate matter. san francisco
dancing. good morning washington continues right now. live and in hd, this is good morning washington, on your side. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> it is monday morning march 12. it is shaping up to be a fantastic week on the weather front. thank you for waking up early. >> send a has the week off. we will have a check on the forecast we will start on 270. southbound traffic looks on and covered with problems. we're just starting to wake in getting into montgomery county. the will take you live across the american legion bridge. it is rolling very nicely. we will give the travel times in your favor. it is also on 95. no problems reported through the district. >> get ready for unseasonably warm temperatures. let's take a look at our numbers. 36 in washington. 40 in the district. the wide ranging temperatures. these are some of the cooler exceptions for the most part. we're going to kickstart the new area. it to be overcast later on this afternoon. it is about 68 for the high temperature. some areas of light rain. >> thank you so much. the universit
! only at the sleep number store, where queen mattresses start at just $699. >>> now in washington's leading news station, this is news 4 at 11:00. >>> a d.c. nightclub shut down after a violent stabbing and it's not the first time the doors have been locked by police. good evening, everyone. i'm chris gordon. police closed the island cafe in northwest washington after the stabbing happened early this morning. people in the neighborhood are divided over whether the doors should stay shut. darcy spencer is live at the club with reaction. darcy? >> reporter: chris, i can tell you there's a lot of concern because there have been these prior incidents of violence in the past involving this nightclub, but i also spoke to people who frequent the club and they say it's a nice place and they hate to see it shut down. the sign says open, but the island cafe in upshire street in northwest washington has been shut down. that's by order of the police chief after a man was stabbed and seriously wounded inside of the business. ma'am, could we get your comment about the business being closed. >>
washington. i will not call the case numbers anymore because the case number is the same. item one, certification of the final interment will impact report. item tw2a, the adoption of findings under the california and our rental quality act. 2b is considered jointly with recreation and park commission, the establishment of a cumulative shadow limit for suberin park. 2c, discussion of possible action by the recreation and park commission to recommend to the planning commission that the shuttle from the proposed project at 8 washington street will not have an adverse impact on the part. item 2d, to authorize the allocation of a cumulative shadow of a force to be urban parlimit for sue bierman park. item 2f, consideration of motion making finding of consistency with the general plan and the priority policies of planning code section one a 1.1. 2g, request for height reclassification to reclassify two portions of the southwestern area of the development site from 84-e height and bulk district to the 92-e height and bulk district in one portion, and the 136-e height and bulk districts i
. >> first at 11, a new sex scandal comes to washington. and involves the man that was to be the next president of france. dominique strauss kahn is now involved from sex scandal in the u.s. >> there is aggravated charges that the man once the world's most elites financial figures. and they will take a closer look if strauss-kahn was involved in sex parties. >> dominique strauss-kahn is facing his latest sex saga, charged with obscuring prostitutes for orgy parties here and in d.c. >> i think this is not good for anyone. >> prostitution is legal in france, and this investigation is to determine strauss-kahn's investigation, and almost a year ago charged with rape of a maid. still facing a civil suit by the maid, a trial that is set to get underway wednesday in new york. unlike the trials of wrong doing. >> i believe you understand why we believed at the beginning this case was not what it appeared to be. >> once again he is maintaining his innocence, whith his attorny saying that strauss-kahn did attend the parties but not involved in the prostitutes. >> it makes me question his rule
the magnetic storm has a potential to trip electrical grids. more of washington today after this break. >>> pulitzer prize winner and author, timothy winer discusses his book "enemies" we details the fbi's 100-history of war against terrorism and spies and any group deemed subversive. they will taulk about secretly taped conversations with president kennedy and president nixon. tom winer, author of the book "enemies, the history of the fbi." this sunday on q and a on history c-span radio. >> and it is half past the hour, and you are listening to washington today on c-span radio and news from the louisville "currier journal" on a hearing that took place earlier today. the top emergency management official from fema says that more kentucky counties are damaged by the storms last week could be added to the federal disaster declaration, and become eligible for federal aid. leaving the hearing, the congressman from the fifth congressional district of kentucky and the chair of the house appropriations committee told the fema director craig fugate, there are a number of counties in
attorney. good morning to you, washington. >> we start with your traffic and weather every 10 minutes. >> let's get to it on this monday morning. we have a thunderstorm complex off to our west in west virginia which is really falling apart as it moves towards our viewing area. we are focusing in on some little sprinkles. most of the action is in west virginia. marshall va. loudoun and fauquier counties. mostly east of the blue ridge. over in charles town west virginia. 54 in manassas. on our way to the lower 70's today. a few likely thundershowers later on today. we will go even further. tomorrow we will call at partial sunshine or limited sun. the sunniest day will be coming towards the end of the work week and then cloud cover over the weekend. that is the cloud cover. what about the commute? >> it is a little bit dicey on the inner loop in virginia. a vehicle has rolled over before the arlington boulevard exit. this is a gallows road up to 66. this inner loop accident is brand-new and will hurt the commute, of springfield to get to tyson's. keith nothing to complicate matters from
. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> we are following several big y is including a crucial day in the battle over health care. what the u.s. supreme court will on.s >> and what is bringing the parents of trayvon martin to d.c. today. good morning, washington. it's tuesday, march 27. i am steve chenevey. >> i am cynne simpson. traffic and weather every ten minutes. first, meteorologist steve rudin. much cooler today. >> 20 degrees colder than yesterday at this time. make sure to grab a jacket heading out the door. definitely going to need it. will be below average for change. 1/7 at reagan national at this hour. freezing in winchester. cumberland. freeze warnings in effect for the entire d.c. metro area. the only exception would be calvert county and st. mary's county. national.reagan there's a cold front off to the changend west that will the dayher for tomorrow. sunny today, 52-57 degrees. wind will be out of the northwest at 5-15 miles an hour. first, lisa baden has a look at traffic. >> around the region, we are for theuiet right now most part. pro
, this is "good morning washington," on your side. e. i need your vot >> straight ahead, super the biggest day of the republican presidential race. candidates are hoping to sway voters in the 10 states holding caucuses, including virginia. good morning, washington. it's tuesday, march 6. i am cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. let's get started with adam caskey. >> some pretty straightforward weather the next couple days. sunshine through the rest of the work week. temperatures a little cold now. numbers.k at the 32 in the district. 23 in frederick. 22 in martinsburg. 25 in manassas, 33 in lexington park. later on this afternoon it will be mostly sunny, high temperatures near 60 degrees -- 50 degrees with mostly sunny skies. cold again tonight. a lot of sunshine tomorrow, near .0 degrees in the afternoon by thursday. looks good right now. clearing a lot of overnight construction out of the way. let's talk about the beltway. oop in the tysons area, 202, they will be out of the way soon. all clear at the wilson bridge. nothing to reports in tysons. in good stead on 95 between baltimore, norm
and every institution frankly goes to washington and talks with their needs and tries to encourage congress to appropriate funds in the normal process and that is how the system works. it is up to the government, it is up to the congress and the president to decide what the priorities are and to balance the budget. >> that was romney responding to criticism from santorum video appeared inual you 2002 when romney was running for governor he told a trade group he would use his associations there to make sure that all the federal money would come back to massachusetts. he has been dealing with problems from his past and rick santorum is taking advantage of every one of them. there are 66 delegates availal here in ohio. rick santorum was unable to qualify for some of and of the 66 overall he is ineligible to collect 18 of them. literally almost a third. that gives mitt romney the opportunity to collect the most delegates even if santorum were for beat him in ohio in the popular vote. over 400 delegates available on super tuesday. this state, the buckeye state of ohio is the one where most eyes
ferry building. not from quite tower, where you will have to go to get the view. 8 washington at must not be allowed past the 84 foot height limit that is now enforced. changing the 84 foot height limits might pass down the wisdom of anybody who does so in this block. >> tim rife. june osenberg, who i believe i recalled. ralph rodgers. >gers . >> good afternoon, commissioners. my name is roger wong. i am an architect and president of san francisco. i have lived here for over 35 years and work along projects -- worked on projects along the waterfront. this proposal that we have before us is a once-in-a- lifetime opportunity. it is intelligent, well thought out and financially balanced. this proposal is truly greater than the sum of its parts. here you are taking two lots, a triangular site to develop with surface parking, not the best use of the site. combine that with the private parcel, which is the club, and you that the project that has these effects. first of all, but embarcadero, not. it does so by connecting the access from jackson and pacific region pacific avenue to the waterf
washington and the sea wall on 851. i will speak about the public portion. why we have entered a public/private partnership. i first wanted to acknowledge come to think you for this hearing. i also wanted to acknowledge those in the room. ibyrone, the planning director of the port. they have asked me to represent the interest in presenting this project today. again, this project is a public/private partnership, and we believe it it supports the mission. it is to bring this to the waterfront for enjoyment and foster commercial interest that help maritime interest and helps with the preservation of the historic district. i wanted to remind people that the very building area has transformed quite dramatically -- the ferry building area has transformed quite dramatically in the past few years. he used to be downtown in the city by the embarcadero freeway. it used to have this very building itself in this repair. we believe this revitalizes the waterfront. we have already done a number of those projects that would involve changing the waterfront and the changing of the embarcadero freeway an
be the northwest corner of the western bloc 23 at the corner of washington and davis streets. there are no benches or other seating in the affected area of the park. the largest evening shadow cast by the proposed appellant occurs june 28 at 6:15, shattering 267 square feet at the northeastern corner over sidewalk and a little bit of grass. the affected area would be along the northern edge of the eastern bloc, at the corner of washington street and embarcadero. there are no benches or seating in this area. the proposed project will provide public benefits in the form of new public open space. amounting to approximately 25,000 square feet of new open public space. jackson commons would be developed between the residential buildings and the help and aquatics center along the jackson st. alignment. -- the health and aquatics center along the jackson st. alignment. landscape and meandering pedestrian path will lead to a more hard skipped area with cafe seating at the embarcadero. pacific park totaling 11,500 square feet would be developed at the northern end of the project site and contain approximat
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